Order Of Nine Angles


The following quotation – from a self-confessed former British follower of Levey type ‘satanism’ who is now a Nazarene vicar – expresses everything that is wrong with, and un-satanic about, Levey type ‘satanism’.

One night I spotted The Satanic Bible at a mate’s house. I took it from his bookshelf and read the whole thing in one go. Written by the founder of the Church of Satan, Anton LaVey, it has sold over a million copies since it was first published in 1969. I really connected with it […] Satanism seemed to acknowledge the pain and anger I was feeling […]

Being a Satanist means loving yourself at the expense of others. In a philosophical sense, it’s actually got little to do with devil worship. Most Satanists believe in doing everything in their power to get what they want out of life. Indulging in desires such as sex, food, and booze is encouraged. It breeds selfishness within you […]

Salvation came in an unlikely form. A friend of my sister’s, who happened to be the local vicar’s daughter, invited me to a Christian festival. {1}

Did this self-declared ‘satanist’ ever do anything really evil and extreme and antinomian and different from the millions of young mundanes in Western lands who are selfish, who love themselves, who indulge their desires? No.

He did not undertake a human culling or two. He did not – in order to learn from harsh personal experience – openly, in an antinomian way, question sacred State-sponsored beliefs such as the ‘holocaust’ to thus became a modern pariah. He did not openly – in order to learn from harsh personal experience – advocate violent revolution nor was he part of a covert revolutionary cell. He did not – in order to learn from harsh personal experience – run a gang of thieves. He did not openly advocate ‘terrorism’ and put himself at risk of arrest and imprisonment. He was never “a person of interest” for the security services of the State nor for the police of his own homeland.

Did he ever spend three or six months alone in the wilderness? No. Did he ever undertake difficult physical challenges which took him to the limit of his physical and mental endurance? No.

He was just one selfish self-indulgent person among millions; someone who used Levey type ‘satanism’ to justify his selfishness and his self-indulgence. For Levey type ‘satanism’ is all about such mundane selfishness and self-indulgence. There is nothing in such so-called ‘satanism’ beyond such materialistic mundaneness.

In contrast, the O9A is all about individuals learning from harsh, testing, antinomian, personal experiences. Which is why the O9A advocate – among other things – Insight Roles, human culling, political extremism (of both the so-called Left and Right), spending three or six months alone in the wilderness; advocates challenges of physical and mental endurance, of forming and leading a ceremonial Occult group, and challenges individuals to openly defy such modern State-sponsored beliefs as ‘the holocaust’ and ‘racial equality’.

All of which is why the O9A, esoterically understood, is antinomian and thus in essence Satanist, for it is and those associating with it are:

(a) practising or disposed to practise evil;
(b) actually or potentially harmful, destructive, disastrous, or pernicious; baleful;
(c) malicious; mischievous, sly;
(d) bad in moral character, disposition
(e) hard, difficult, misleading, deadly, amoral.

That is,

{quote}”the O9A is now, as it always has been, satanic, just as its esoteric philosophy and modern anados are, understood in context, a manifestation of what satanism is and was; when, that is, satanism is understood esoterically and aeonically and not according to the mundane dehortations of the likes of Levey and the clichés of plebeian self-professed modern satanists.” {2} {/quote}

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April 129yf


{1} Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/article/fd1bf610-2212-46e3-82b0-d2c7d78f0abd
{2} The Place Of Satanism In The Order of Nine Angles. Included in The Joy Of The Sinister (pdf).